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|Turner County was created in 1905 from parts of Dooly, Irwin, Wilcox, and Worth counties. Georgia's 143rd county was named after Henry Gray Turner (1839-1904), a captain in the Confederate Army who was captured at Gettysburg and later served in the state legislature, on the State Supreme Court, and in the U.S. Congress. The County Seat is Ashburn. Other towns/cities (current & historical) in the county are Amboy, Ashburn (County Seat), Bethel, Cool Springs, Coverdale, Cuffietown, Dakota, Felder, Five Points, High Springs, Hobby, Inaha, Josella, Luke, Rebecca, Shinglers, Sibley, Sycamore, and Worth.|
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